Indonesia Public holiday 2014 calendar. The Indonesian called the holidays as TANGGAL MERAH which mean Red Date, where almost all institutions are close on the dates.
Indonesia is a multi religion country, their public holidays usually consist of religious festivals. There are a variety of religions in this country, which results in a variety of religious festivals including Christmas Day, Eid Al-Fitr, Nyepi and Waisak Day.
Since Indonesia is considered the country with the most Muslims in the world, there are more Islamic festivals that become public holidays. Every year, there are up to 6 Islamic holidays that are celebrated, with only a few non religious public holidays such as Independence Day and New Years Day.
Additional case, a certain political events like elections of the president, governor or legislature, the number of non religious holidays can vary. Please be aware that the dates of Indonesian public holidays may change depending on the circumstances.
Below is Indonesia Public Holiday 2014 list
|New Years Day||1 January 2014||Wednesday|
|The Prophet Muhammad's Birthday||14 January 2014||Tuesday|
|Chinese New Year||31 January 2014||Friday|
|Nyepi||31 March 2014||Monday|
|Good Friday||18 April 2014||Friday|
|Labour Day||1 May 2014||Thursday|
|Waisak Day||13 May 2014||Tuesday|
|Isra Miraj||27 May 2014||Tuesday|
|Ascension of the Prophet||29 May 2014||Thursday|
|Eid al-Fitr||28 and 29 July 2014||Monday - Tuesday|
|Independence Day||17 August 2014||Sunday|
|Eid al-Adha||5 October 2014||Sunday|
|Muharram (islamic new year)||25 October 2014||Saturday|
|Christmas Day||25 December 2014||Thursday|